We are grateful to the following organisations for their trust, partnership and financial support, which ensure the campaign continues to grow, thrive and effect change. Please, do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to discuss a future partnership with us.
Elton John Aids Foundation
The Elton John AIDS Foundation is one of the foremost independent AIDS charities in the world. EJAF funds frontline programmes that help to alleviate the pain - whether physical, emotional or financial - of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic so that no one is left behind.Visit the website
Frontline AIDS is on the frontline of HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment around world, working alongside partners to reach the people most affected by, or at risk from, HIV. Frontline AIDS also helps communities amplify their voice in local, national and international policy discussions and to stand up for their human rights.Visit the website
The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF)
The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund is the first international fund that specifically aims to strengthen international networks across the world. RCNF is a cooperation of donors and civil society networks that are active in the area of HIV. The Fund provides both programmatic and core funding to international civil society networks and pays particular attention to inadequately served populations (ISP), the communities and populations most in need of effective HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.Visit the website
Open Society Foundations
The OSF Global Drug Policy Program supports reforms that promote security, social justice, sustainable development, human rights, and public health. The Program's civil society partners work with governments to promote real debate on drug law reform. The Program and its partners research the impact of current drug policies, as well as alternative approaches that have yielded more positive results.Visit the website